Art exhibit crosses bridges linking NYC photographer to his Warwick home


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  • Photo by Greg RheinThe Brooklyn Bridge




  • Greg Rhein's latest New York City photo exposé will be honored with an opening artist's reception on Wednesday, Jan. 10, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at The Grange, 1 Ryerson Road in Warwick.




WARWICK — Greg Rhein's latest New York City photo exposé will be honored with an opening artist's reception on Wednesday, Jan. 10, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at The Grange, 1 Ryerson Road in Warwick.

Rhein is a commercial photographer living and working in New York City, originally from Warwick.

The photographerHe specializes in food/beverage, fine art, portrait and wedding photography. Additional work includes event, landscape, architectural, abstract and live music.

He lives his passion capturing the essence of culture in it's ever evolving state (e.g. life, love, food, creativity, history, tradition, music, art and innovation ).

What Rhein visualizes through the lens of his camera sets a defining mood for the object. The photograph is not only simply a visual to appreciate through the eyes of the viewer, but an experience for a multitude of their senses.

• See more of his photography at www.gregrhein.com Instagram/greg_rhein Facebook/GregRheinPhotography

Meanwhile, light appetizers by Chef Jim Haurey of The Grange and cash bar available. Live musical performance by John Bendy.

The venueThe Grange is a farm-to-table restaurant focusing on community, sustainable options, organic and natural products. The ever changing Black Board Menu reflects Haurey’s signature cooking style prepared with influences from different cultural cuisines.

In addition to the seasonally changing menu and a Prix Fixe option, The Grange also plays host to the Chew ‘N View dinner and a movie experience, wine tasting dinners, a seasonal Meet the Farmer Dinner, and bi-monthly art exhibits showcasing a variety of local artists work.

For more information visit TheGrangeWarwick.com. For reservations, call 845 986-1170.



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